Pentecost Island

Dec 11 Pentecost Island

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Pentecost Island has become famous throughout the world for the land diving ritual (Nagol or N’gol) which occurs every Saturday between April and June. The ritual, which influenced the invention of bungee jumping by Kiwi AJ Hackett, sees local men and boys as young as seven jump from a 20 -30 metre high manmade tower with only a...

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Banks & Torres Islands

Dec 10 Banks & Torres Islands

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Mota Lava and Ra Islands Distant from modern Vanuatu, Mota Lava and Ra islands are a pleasant island escape. These islands are relatively small and most attractions are easy to walk to: White sand beaches and coral reefs around west Mota Lava and Ra, Climb the massive rocks on Ra. The two boulder piles offer good views but the climb...

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Malekula Island

Dec 10 Malekula Island

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Malekula  is known as the island of custom. May visitors are also intrigued by its history of cannibalism. It is the second largest island and the most diverse, culturally and linguistically, with over thirty distinct languages spoken, and some of the best custom dances come from the island. The names given to the primary cultural...

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Ambae Island

Oct 10 Ambae Island

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Ambae Island James Michener immortalised the island of Ambae in W.W.II when , from his post on Espiritu Santo, he watched it mysteriously disappear in the morning mist – the magical island of Bali Hai was born in his imagination. Bali Hai – Ambae…for a generation or more it has conjured visions of mystique, of a...

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Video on Espiritu Santo

Sep 16 Video on Espiritu Santo

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In this short video you will travel around the islands of Espiritu Santo by boat, visit the world famous Champagne Bay and several other outer islands. You will then appreciate why this part of Vanuatu is described as “pure paradise”,  all in the Worlds happiest...

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